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Information literacy: an issue of equity for new majority students: a dissertation

Published 1999

Educating over 49% of those who attend higher education, public colleges and universities must assume a more dynamic leadership role during this societal transformation if New Majority students are to develop the intellectual skills required to compete effectively in today's marketplace. By adopting an information literacy culture, public higher education can foster the intellectual empowerment needed by New Majority students to evolve into competent life-long learners and contributors to American life and the world at large. --Abstract

Publisher Cambridge, MA: The author
Year 1999
Pages 614
Possible copyright status Copyright the author.
Language English
Digitizing sponsor Lesley University, Sherrill Library
Book contributor Lesley University, Sherrill Library
Collection lesleyuniversitysherrilllibrary; americana
Notes Only right pages are printed on.


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